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BiWIN SSD vs Standard SSD bandwidth
Old 5th March 2014
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BiWIN SSD vs Standard SSD bandwidth

Hey guys, I ran into these BiWIN Drives and I've noticed they promise read speeds of 525 MB/s and write speeds of 419 MB/s. That seem to be 100 MB/s more than other SSD's. I did a Google search but I can't find much real world info on them.

Has anyone used a BiWIN drives or know a little about them?

Also are there any SSD I should stay away from? I'll be using it for video editing only. Thanks guys!
Old 5th March 2014
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Hi,
Are you talking about the average Read/write speed?
If to than that is around the same speed as any other current SSD drive.
If you are using them for video editing then capacity will be a major factor.
Samsung are Crucial are the best choices for that.

Chris
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Originally Posted by ADKChris โžก๏ธ
Hi,
Are you talking about the average Read/write speed?
If to than that is around the same speed as any other current SSD drive.
If you are using them for video editing then capacity will be a major factor.
Samsung are Crucial are the best choices for that.

Chris
ok thanks

But I plan on keeping the SSD clean, putting only what I'm working on-on them. Its just music videos. My SD card is only 16gb
Old 5th March 2014
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Quote:
Originally Posted by classictunz โžก๏ธ
Hey guys, I ran into these BiWIN Drives and I've noticed they promise read speeds of 525 MB/s and write speeds of 419 MB/s. That seem to be 100 MB/s more than other SSD's. I did a Google search but I can't find much real world info on them.

Has anyone used a BiWIN drives or know a little about them?

Also are there any SSD I should stay away from? I'll be using it for video editing only. Thanks guys!
I have found only old/limited information about BiWIN Drives...

As for SSD information, I find a useful site being TOMSHARDWARE.com - here is their overall writes chart for SSD

Charts, benchmarks SSD Charts 2013, AS-SSD Overall Write Score

Personally I am usually very happy with the cost/performance for the Samson EVO Series of SSD's.

As for what you should avoid, well I am going to be lame and say anything you can find solid reviews for, there are just too many SSD options to cover here.

Raventhornn

P.S. - here is their central link for all the comparative reports on SSD's - you can find some interesting items including things like "Power Requirement: HD Video Playback" - which is Avg Power during playback via VLC Player

Benchmarks SSD Charts 2013
Old 5th March 2014
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Well i guess there's a difference in performance also the newer SSD's can be sata 6/g. I think I'll go for one of them, tho I'll start off using it in a USB 3.0 case.
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